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today of raping a girl after heavy partying. trent mays and malik richmond broke down as the verdict was read. richmond's mother openly wept. and after the verdict was read, richmond's father made an emotional plea to the judge and to the victim's family. >> i hope somewhere in your hearts that you can forgive trent and malik for the pain that they have caused your daughter. and put you through. i know that god -- >> soon after the judge announced the boys' sentences, a minimum of one year for richmond, two years for mays, poppy harlow was in the courtroom as all of this played out. she's joining us live. describe the atmosphere in the room as the verdict was read. family members tried their hardest to plea for some forgiveness from the victim's family as well as from the judge. >> that's true, fredricka, but this is an incredibly serious crime. the crime of rape. both boys found guilty of raping this 16-year-old girl. one in a car, one in a basement as she lay naked on the floor, and they have been found guilty. yes, incredibly emotional. it was difficult for anyone to watch the boy
'm sorry. i know i ruined her life. >> that was actually malik richmond. we cut that short a little bit and didn't have trent mays also making an apology. in terms of that moment in court, it struck me as significant that there he was apologizing for something that he consistently denied being guilty of. did you feel that was a significant thing? >> it was very significant. it was a very emotionally packed moment that occurred in that courtroom where watching this young boy suffer once he realized what the punishment and what had happened at that point, it was hard to watch anybody suffer, a human being like that, and i think everybody in that courtroom was significantly moved and it was those emotions that moved everybody there. not that that was right or acceptable or forgiving at that point, but to see the pain that he had caused himself and others, it was -- myself, it brought almost tears to my eyes to see this young boy's life that he knew many parts of it were going to be changed significantly, both boys, at that time. and it was something i know the family was also emotionally m
abc alex perez. >> reporter: 17-year-old trent mays and 16-year-old ma'lik richmond burst into tears. consoled by his mother, richmond turned to the family of the 16-year-old girl he and mays were convicted of sexual assaulting and begged for forgiveness. >> i would like to apologize to you people. i had no intentions of doing that. i'm sorry to put you guys through this. i just -- [ sobbing ] >> reporter: prosecutors said the victim was too drunk to consent. elizabeth vargas asked richmond if he was ready for the verdict. >> even if i find i'm not guilty, it will haunt me because of the way my name was thrown around, all the negativity on my name now, all the dirt. so it really doesn't even matter. >> it doesn't matter? >> no. >> what was the most hurtful things people were saying about you? >> that you should hang him. >> reporter: the case ignited a national fire storm when this picture of mays and richmond was shared online. >> the key evidence in the case was a photograph sent out on social media. text messages sent by the defendants. >> reporter: those texts and images compound
to go along with them, so they can't get off -- they carved it off. >> it looks like it is the richmond district, but a kind of shows what was on the west side town. a great deal of it was sam, and for that reason, people thought that the weather and the san -- it was really not a place that people wanted to live, and it was going to be very typical for san francisco -- very difficult for san francisco to expand west. >> if you look at the early maps, it was 3 miles wide by about 6 miles long, this huge sand dunes that just moved around. >> here is an 1875 map of the laguna. says along the side of the map, high sand hills between the pacific ocean and the like. by the way, this had actually opened directly into the ocean. >> lake merced had a high water level. since we paid over much of the city, the water levels have dropped, but at one time, the late actually trade out into the ocean approximately where the dog diner is that now. somewhere in the 1870's, they saw the damage at the water in the late so it did not exit out uncontrolled, and for 10 years, people were drinking lake merced
that and also what looks to to be a very warm day inland. >>> we are live in richmond where police say their highest priority is catching a gunman who's bullet hit a one-year- old. we'll have the latest on the investigation and the child east condition. >>> developing news from san francisco we first reported one hour ago. what led to this frightening scene in the city's bay view district. >>> we are live in san jose where police are looking for two robbers who targeted people riding light rail. we'll show you surveillance video of the suspects. >>> and the fog might make it tough for you to see on some commutes. the morning news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. good friday. march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark today. let's take a quick lack at your weather and traffic. steve a foggy and a little warm today. >> definitely very foggy for you out there in thest cone abay. visibility near zero. >>> here in san jose the fog hasn't arrived yet. we both know the fog doesn't move around. we'll be the f
at the richmond bart's station as a 34 year-old male. his name is raymond harris. harris was gunned down lester's in my outside the richmond are stationed. this is video from the scene. bart police saying that witnesses reported seeing one or two men running from the station, but no arrests have been made. police said that the shooting was sparked after an altercation. the fatal shooting was the third homicide of the year in richmond. lacher, the city recorded as low as #slater's in 11 years, with 18 people killed. >> police have arrested a man who is suspected of killing a 77 year rose san francisco newspaper vendor in january. mark cassell is in custody this morning. police said that he had wrapped his arms around the victim's waist, pick him up in the air and dropped him before running away. the victim later died from his injuries. >> new this morning. pope france officially begins his ministry and an installation of mass this morning in st. peter's square. we brought the insulation to you live on 24/7 channel earlier this morning. the pope took a long or round about to say peter's square, g
>> i amarillo angry about this. i am sickened. am ap am appal. >> richmond chief of police shares his feelings after a one-year-old boy is shot in his grandmother arms. good evening everyone. >> tonight richmond police are putting everything they have into fin man man. id happened on mcdonald richmond notorious iron try angle. evidence collected awed all afternoon and we spoke with the little boy's father live tonight at children hospital oakland. how is he doing, the kid? >>reporter: child is doing pretty good. father tells that you say he got a shocking phone call this afternoon that his baby boy was shot. the victim in that shooting in richmond. he told us that he was very happy that the baby is going to be okay. richmond apartment of him here is.ed with bullet hol hole. his baby was inside when a shooter sprayed it with bullet. shot child hit in the neck. >> don't do nothing to nobody. go to work and come home. not my fault to live in the areas. >>reporter: investigators doesn't have a motive n riding bike near the apartment also shot taken by car to local hospital
death of a man outside the richmond bart station earlier this month this is video of the shooting scene. bart police will have one of three officers who patrol the line form richmond to berkeley at the richmond station during peak hours in the morning and afternoons. meanwhile, richmond police say they will have two officers patrol the area and even riding the trains. no arrest have been made in the shooting. >> police ramp up patrols after killing at bart stop police say they are ramping up patrols following the shooting death of a man outside a bay area rapid transit station earlier this month. bart police lt. steve coontz tells the contra costa times that one of three officers who patrol the line form richmond to berkeley will be at the richmond station during peak hours in the morning and afternoons. meanwhile, richmond police say they will have two officers patrol the area and even riding the trains. the additional police presence comes after 34- year-old raymond harris was richmond bart station on march 14. bart police say witnesses reported seeing one or two men running from the
updates throughout this newscast. >>> new at 6:00 tonight, a cold and heartless attack on a richmond police officer and his dog including his k-9 partner. someone not only burglarized his home but poisoned his dog. jodi hernandez is live in richmond where the search is on for a k-9 killer. >> reporter: jessica, it doesn't get more disturbing than this. tonight a police dog is recovering. another dog is dead after someone fed the dogs poison as they were locked in their kennels. officers here at the richmond police department are shaken as they're down one valuable member of their family. >> put their lives on the line every day not only for the other officers but the citizens of richmond. >> reporter: this officer and his police dog are missing one of their k-9 co-workers. this 13-year-old dutch shepherd the most experienced dog on the richmond police force nearly died on friday when police say suspected burglars fed it poisoned hamburger meat. another dog named track was also poisoned and didn't survive. >> this is a dog, can't defend himself. can't do anything. he's just in his ken
, the family will not be allowed to reapply for visas for five years. enter supporters of the richmond city employee who blew the whistle are gaining momentum. >> corruption has to stop, and this is clear evidence. >> dozens of protesters giving city leaders an earful for allowing the city manager to keep her job after she misused public resources. as kpix5 reporter shows us, workers won't back down until the big boss is fired. >> people are silent because they are trying to do their job. >> the city of richmond hasn't been fired, despite findings she abused her office. a grown up of demonstrators gathered. among them, the whistle blower who turned her boss in. >> the message is clear. there is no crime in the city of richmond. if she gets to keep her job. >> lesli knight is the hr director and an independent investigation concluded she was driving a city car while also taking a city stipen met for a personal car. knight ran her side business, making trinkets inside city offices and even used city so board innocents to work for her. she became a victim of her boss' retaliation. >> sh
bullets wounded a one-year-old child. lorraine blanco is in richmond talking with police. lorraine. >> reporter: richmond police tell us they are following several leads this morning. but they have no suspects in custody yet. one-year-old elijah ali is in fair condition at children's hospital. at 1:30 yesterday the city shot spotter system captured the rapid gunfire near first street and mcdonald. the intended target a man on his bicycle survived with a shot to his leg. the child underwent emergency surgery for bullet fragments in his neck. the grandfather was feeding the child when the child was struck. although he is dumbfounded by the violence, he is also grateful. >> i feel bad for the people who's kids get shot and pass away. i guess i'm lucky to have my son. he is still alive. thank god. >> i am really angry about this. i a sickened. i am appalled. this is completely unacceptable and it is our highest priority to catch those who are involved. >> reporter: the police chief also tells us that the city doubled its normal rewar
of the most dangerous streets are those which also serve as state highways. in the richmond district, for example, park presidio boulevard along with 19th avenue and the sunset makeup highway 1 where 11 killings -- 11 pedestrian deaths occurred from 2003 to '07. and along venice avenue as part of highway 101 for more deaths occurred in that period. senate bill 2 19 sponsored by leland yee extends the double fine zones that were established in 2008 to make them permanent. and since the establishment of the double fine zone, deadly accidents have dropped by about 75% along these busy routes. this bill is also supported by the california alliance of retired americans because they, seniors and people with disabilities know that this will help protect seniors and their families. there is so much more work we can do in san francisco, but the board of supervisors i believe should voice its strong support for important legislation like this to support pedestrian safety. also, especially given supervisor kim's comments about the tragic death of a child and the families in treasure island, i'm
yacht found in passive can yesterday, the stolen yacht is now at a harbor in richmond and we showed you this yacht when it was towed in just about 30 minutes ago. here is more on what is next for that sailboat, alex savage has more. >> reporter: the darling has arrived at this boat yard in richmond and behind me crews are getting set to hoist this boat up out of the water after what was a four hour trip from passive can early this -- passive can early this -- pacific. the captain of the ship is on hand and will now get a closer look at the damage. the owner doing the recovery said it has a burned up engine and the tugboat is freed after it ran aground in four feet of water off of the beach. they found four people on board that boat, two men and two women stole the multi-million dollar yacht. the accused thieves got it wedged in the sand and the owner of the salvage company said this was an unusual recovery operation. >> that is the first one where i seen them have to get the perpetrators off. you know usually the perpetrator when it goes aground, they hit the beach running. >> reporter:
chicken, and the irresistible new grilled onion cheddar. each just a dollar. >>> we're live in richmond where gunfire erupts at the height of the evening commute. one person is killed, two people on the look. we'll tell you about the dramatic moments right before shots rang out. >>> controversy tied to tragedy. the army's response to a former soldier accused of killing two police officers. >>> cooler air is spill into the bay area for your weekend. i'll have your numbers coming up. >>> plus a new round in the heated battle over immigration. all ahead. >>> good morning. welcome to a brand new day. can we proceed with a friday? >> sure. >> it's friday, march 15th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. we almost have easter colors here. purples, blues. how is the weather? >> we will stay with this spring like weather but we will cool it off a little bit. starting with today. temperatures will trend downward and that will will be what we see through the weekend. although we will remain above average. we are starting off with temperatures cooler. patchy fog and clouds out there although not as bad as we
as they removed it. it was a successful move because now you can see it here back at the richmond marina. earlier they were lifting it up. they were going to check under the boat because that's probably what took the damage was it rocking back and forth. the officers told us once they actually boarded the darling, they found a lot of open beer cans, the aftermath of what looked like a party, and it appears those three people arrested had too much to drink and passed out. live in richmond, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> in trouble now. thank you. this isn't the first boat theft in the bay area. in recent years last september police say a man stole a boat and sailed away with his two children caught two date later off monterey. two years ago a man stole a 38- foot powerboat in vallejo ran it aground at ocean beach. the man was found aboard the dancing wolf drunk. it turns out he was celebrating his 35th birthday, one i'm sure he would like to forget. >>> let's check the weather. finally talking about storms in the bay area. i don't think it's going to be a r
almaden valley and points south. the sub-station could be up and running by next spring. in richmond, bart police are stepping up their presence following a deadly shooting at that station two weeks ago. authorities say one bart officer will be at the richmond station during peak hours in the morning and afternoons. meanwhile, richmond police say they will have two officers patrol the area and even riding the trains. no arrests have been made in the deadly shooting that also injured another victim. and remember you can watch the weather forecast whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can also get headlines and live traffic. it's on comcast 193 and you can also watch it live on kron4.com. the san mateo sheriff's office is issuing a county- wide alert tonight. this, after a series of residential burglaries plaguing the area. officials say, the suspects are using several tactics to prey on residents. "the day" residents are being told to be extra careful and vigilant. kron 4.com is entirely new. and one of the new features is something we call kron 4 rewards.
that will benefit all of us in the future, thank you. >> ben and jeremy richmond. >> thank you, for having us today. thank you to the tech industry for coming to our aid. my name is jennifer hensel and this is my husband jeremy richmond, three months ago on december 14th, we lost our only child, daughter of 6 years aviel rose richmond. at the sandy hook elementary school shooting. on that day, mentally unstable gunman changed our lives and the lives of more than 25 other families in one of the worst ways imaginable. we are devastated. in the wake of our grief, and desperate to understand why someone would kill innocent children why someone would kill my child, we started the aveil foundation. jeremy and i are going to play to our strengths and answer the why. we are scientists and we see the world through an imp erical lens. we established the foundation to address the causes of violence through a focus on brain health. i want to start using this term brain health. because mental health is intangible. it comes with some degree of trepidation and stigma. but we know that there are real physical, man
was arrested on carjacking and assault on a police officer. >>> richmond police are looking for two gunman who shot and killed a bart passenger last night. the shooting happened in front of commuters at the richmond bart station. the victim was shot at the main entrance. investigators are looking at video to see if the gunman were riding bart before the shooting. >>> the fbi is asking for help locating a man what robbed a bank the first of the month. look at this photo of gary fite. he jumped the counter on pinole valley road. pointed a gun and demanded money. the teller compiled. >>> the pittsburgh police department is offering cash during a gun buy back event. you must be a pittsburgh or bay point resident. this is video from a gun buy action event. you can tush in a gun on civic avenue. $50 for inoperable. 200 for rifles and rolfers and $300 for assault weapons. >>> the rookie officers were sworn in today and join a department in turmoil. john joins us live with more on the challenges they face. >> reporter: san jose has 43 new police officer toda
springfield. the sound city pla >>> a police dog is recovering after he nearly died of poisoning. richmond police say the k-9 was drugged at the same time his partner's guns were stolen from his home. alan wang has the story. >> he is the most seasoned k-9 on the richmond police force and someone tried to kill him. what makes this so personal is that police say it was all a set up. >> we do think that this officer was intentionally targeted. >> richmond police say an officer came home and found his two-year-old black lab dying it ate some meat laced with poison. he rushed his family dog to the vet and left his k-9 partner of nine years in a kennel in the backyard. that's when the burglar struck. >> his house was ransacked and five firearms were stolen as well as numerous personal possessions. >> now here is what really bothers the officers in richmond -- >> both of the dogs involved in this were locked and secured in kennels. they were of no threat to any burglar. it was an intentional act. they could have committed the crime they committed without doing anything to those dogs. >> reporter
died of poisoning. richmond police say the k-9 was drugged at the same time his partner's guns were stolen from his home. alan wang has the story. >> he is the most seasoned k-9 on the richmond police force and someone tried to kill him. what makes this so personal is that police say it was all a set up. >> we do think that this officer was intentionally targeted. >> richmond police say an officer came home and found his two-year-old black lab dying it ate some meat laced with poison. he rushed his family dog to the vet and left his k-9 partner of nine years in a kennel in the backyard. that's when the burglar struck. >> his house was ransacked and five firearms were stolen as well as numerous personal possessions. >> now here is what really bothers the officers in richmond -- >> both of the dogs involved in this were locked and secured in kennels. they were of no threat to any burglar. it was an intentional act. they could have committed the crime they committed without doing anything to those dogs. >> reporter: the police won't say what the dogs ate, but the family's labrador died
of two high school football players, trent mays and malik richmond, accused of raping a 16-year-old girl who was reportedly passed out drunk. the prosecutor says it made her, quote, the perfect victim, while the defense called her credibility into question. >> she has a reputation -- i'm not saying this, i'm not blaming or smearing this witness. her friends td this court that she has a reputation for telling lies. >> cnn's poppy harlow has more on today's testimony which included the accuser taking the stand. poppy? >> reporter: hi, don. after four days of testimony, some of it very emotional in the steubenville, ohio, rape case that has divided this town and really captured the national spotlight, the fate of trent mays and malik richmond, two teenage boys accused of raping a 16-year-old girl back in august lays in the hands of judge thomas lipz. the prosecution and the defense both resting tonight after more than two hours of testimony from the 16-year-old alleged victim saying that she recalls very little from the entire night of the alleged rape and says she doesn't remember anything
city of richmond as a way to relieve chronic traffic congestion along interstate 80. let's take a look at a google earth map of the area. right now the richmond station, which is here in the middle of the city, is the northern most stop on the richmond-fremont bart line. the idea would be to extend that line to the north parrell to the path of nearby interstate 80. along that route, new bart stations could be added in san pablo here near the richmond hilltop shopping centers... further north in pinole... and there could even be service all the way to hercules... if not further... now, none of this is even close to being a done deal. i spoke with a bart spokeperson today who said that this is just one of many ideas and projects the transit agency is considering. there are no artist renderings, no engineering plans... at this point this is only an idea. it's not, however, a new idea, this has been explored before but never followed through on. if the bart board does decide to finally move forward with extending service to the north it would be a long, long process. the transit agency wou
towed to richmond and alex savage is there where the boat will undergo repairs. >> that luxury sailboat is expected to arrive in about 15 minutes or so and they are expected to arrive from passive can all across the bay and it's going to be brought here to bay marine boatworks in richmond where it will be hoisted out of the water and the captain of the ship will get a closer look at the damage. the owner of the salvage company told me they do have a bent rutter and a burned up engine and a tugboat freed them just before 1:00 a.m. this morning. it ran aground yesterday in about four feet of water in pacifica. police arrested four people on board who stole the 82-foot boat from a marina. the coast guard was suspicious because the people on board refused help after getting stuck and then the rightful owner saw his boat on the news and called police. the accused thieves got the boat wedged into the sand and it was not easy to get free. >> well, there is quite a bit of work and a lot of it hand labor and we had a heavy piece of rope we had to pull from the beach by hand up on to the boat. >>
. richmond and concord were vying for the center. >>> global foundry says it is moving to santa clara. they are moving their u.s. corporate offices to a building under construction on great america parkway. they will shift 400 workers by the end of the year. >>> a pet ambulance service is closing its doors next month. they will cease operation as of a april 5 unless a buyer comes forward. they can no longer afford to stay open. they have been in business for 12 years and provided 24 hour ambulance service for pet owners. >>> togetherring tomorrow to atact students -- togetherring tomorrow to attack -- targeting students tomorrow to attack students. >> after hitting 80 degrees there is nowhere to go but down, the specifics for the cool down and what you could expect this weekend. hgn >>> officials expect some parents will keep their parents home from foothill high school tomorrow. a student saw a message in a bath room and reported it, it read, i hate everyone at this school, watch me shoot everyone on march 14. >> i think it is probably just some kids wanting attention. but i am not r
it would help the area. the idea is to extend bart beyond richmond where it currently stops. the representative for this area is the new district 7 director. he tells the "contra costa times" that he thinks bart should extent along interstate 80 to hercules with stops in san pablo and points out i-80 is the most congested freeway and the bart line is needed to ease this clogged area. >> he says he is aware this would come with challenges and they don't know how much it would possibly cost. he believes where there is a political will, there is a way. he thinks this is what the people want the he was elected in november. he is new but he plans to fight for this extension. >> thank you, amy. >> in this morning, pope francis has officially begun the ministry this morning as the 266th pope. here is a look at pope francis greeting dignitaries and religious leaders in st. peter's basilica, shaking their hands and greeting them, one by one. >> francis urges presidents, and sheiks and thousands of ordinary who gathered for the mass at st. peter's square do protect god's creation, the
, bart stops in richmond. how about extending it to stop in san pablo and hercules traveling along interstate 80? the new bart director for this area tells the contra costa county times that is what he wants to do. he points out that the i-80 is the most congested freeway in the bay area and a longer bart route would ease the pain through there. we are hearing stories out here this morning to support that. >> we have a lot games out there and even on the weekend where people are gone, 80 is big time congested we have to leave early for games because if you don't, going out 80 fill be really bad. so, that is going to relieve a lot of pressure off interstate 80 but bigger than that, the people really want bart out there. >> at this point it is merely an idea negotiation studies have been done, there is no cost estimate but the new representative wants people to talk about it, and three would like to see it happen and the people he represent would like to see it. live for abc7 news, i am amy hollyfield. >> now, officials in san francisco could approve a massive settlement for the wido
and the financial district is 50. 42 in saratoga and richmond is at 48 and walnut creek is 45. today, most of us in the low-to-mid 40's through 7:00 and the coast is stuck in the 50's while we hit the low-to-mid 50's at noon around the bay and inland and upper 60's to 70 at 6:00, and 7:00 still in the low sits. tomorrow, almost as warm as today and not quite so breezy and our warm of the day is sunday with temperatures well above average away from the coast. sue? >> big trouble both issues sig-alerts. we will go to a shot of san jose southbound 280, we have three right lanes blocked, a fatal accident, you can see c.h.p. is on the scene directing the left lane only getting by, with cones and flares out. the coroner is on the scene. it will be some time before this is cleared. it is a fatal accident, south 280, the alternate as the commute is underway in earnest is taking south 280 to north 880 and north 880 to south 101. the other sig-alert, a big problem getting out of marin county, boulders are in the lanes and several cars have hit the big rocks and all lanes, now, are shut down, southbounds w
the thieves did it that is particularly galling. >> richmond police think it was a setup. >> obviously this was a very intentional, very calculated attack on this officer's home. >> one of these officers, a member of the department's closely-knit k-9 unit, the victim of a burglary so brazen richmond police think they've never seen anything like it. >> we've never seen one where the dogs were actually poison today carry out the burglary. >> it happened friday. burglars laced a morsel of food with a deadly dose of poison that killed the officer's family dog, a two-year-old black lab nanled track. when the officer took track toth vet, the burglars broke in, and this time, they targeted the officer's k-9 unit. the belgian that has worked on the police force for more than that decade. >> as he returned home, he found that the police k-9 had then been poison and had his house had been burglarized. >> the thieves snapped up five of the office's firearms, but the officer's thoughts were with his partner. he rushed the only dog he now has to richmond veterinary hospital. staff told us the treat
is one of our key landmarks in the richmond district and i have had the pleasure of working with him directly on that project. i'm willing to listen and to share some of the concerns from the preservation community, but i'll be supporting mr. pearlman today in this vote. thank you. >> supervisor breed. >> thank you. after hearing supervisor mar -- he brought up a few comments,, and i know as a member of the rules committee i received some of those same comments. and i want to thank you very much for bringing those to our attention. i know choosing these kinds of -- choosing people for these positions are extremely important and i just want to let you know that from perspective, i deal with a lot of issues around preservation specifically the western addition. and mr. pearlman is actually the one who wrote a detailed report on the harding theater as someone who has really extensive knowledge without necessarily holding the city hostage to be -- to protect buildings that don't necessarily warrant the protections of historic preservations and i like his style of thinking as it relates t
in the left lane, eastbound before the bay bridge. >> bart service is normal at richmond after the rush hour fatal shooting that sent commuters running. abc7 news reporter is live at the richmond station. >> we can say that richmond bart is re-opened. trains are running through here after a deadly shooting that happened in the middle of thursday afternoon commute. a man is dead. two suspects remain at large. sky 7 was over as officers canvassed the parking lot looking for evidence. it happened outside on the staircase that riders use to go in and out of richmond bart station. everyone ran when the shots rang out. witnesses saw two men running away from the scene. police are working to identify them. >> we are working on video cameras and with the richmond police to get some good identification. >> i feel more scared if i was shot over there on a street that doesn't have a lot of people and that is not busy. a lot of people come here all day. >> the shooting has many residents on edge because it happened at a very busy time and in a public place. the victims' name has not been released. the i
to near 70s, here is sal. >>> there is a crash in richmond we will tell you about, and traffic looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza, 237 looks good, let's go back to the desk. >>> pope frances is now vowing to serve the porest -- poorest and the weakest. six hours ago pope frances was presented with a key symbol. he went through the open top vehicle which was not surrounded by bullet proof glass. he is being called the people's pope and he broke float tow call and kissed a disabled man in the crowd. >> he has the passion for things that really motivate him. >> more than 150,000 people packed st. peters' square for the installation. >>> a car fire really spread to headquarters in alameda. it happened just after a crowd which was behind the oakland airport. the building was not burned and police will be looking into whether the car was stolen origin involved in sewer -- or involved in some other crime. >>> janine de la vega has been on this story since 4:30, why are the police saying they opened fire after a chase? >> reporter: well, dave, they are saying they had to because the suspect
>> happy arbor day, everyone. we have a lot of volunteers from the richmond district center. i grew up in the california area, ended up at uc-davis. i made my way out to san francisco in 1984 when i was a college student. i remember growing up on clement street. i have always lived around in richmond area, just being around a unique area of the richmond, discovering san francisco in the 1980's. >> i am hoping we can not support small businesses like this because they are the unique character that makes neighborhoods like this so rich and lively to live in. >> i have also been active as a community organizer. i worked at the chinese progressive association. i also worked at the mental health center in the richmond district. i have always been passionate about civil rights, equality for everyone. i have a 10-year-old daughter, so having a girl has made me much more sensitive to gender equality issues. i guess i have always been vocal about my politics, but as a supervisor, i have to listen to other perspectives and making decisions. >> very soon there will be of much more seniors in t
building in richmond. now police are offering a 25-thousand dollar reward for information on the shooter. >> and just days after opening. the devil's slide tunnels will be closing again today. why drivers between pacifica and half moon bay will want to avoid the new pavement. >> and we are following the weather this morning. rain is on the way for the weekend. good morning everyone, i'm anny hong. thanks for joining us. we are watching the forecast this morning. let's check in with erica who has a look at our forecast. good morning. >> good morning and happy friday. certainly we have dense fog along the coast. today, we will see some sunshine for the afternoon with temperatures and a wide region range of 70's. we do have the slight chance for possibly some showers. right now, tensor on them mild aside. 50s in oakland and hayward. redwood city, 54 degrees in livermore. the futurecast tracking the system you can see by noon, already seeing some 70's dominating this area. in places like san francisco. as we put this into motion gradually 70's. and the orange is indicating where we could see
it is a slow process. about four-hour trip from pacifica to richmond. check out how huge it, the 82' super yacht called "the darling" has creating cite a challenge for the crews. it was stuck off of the coast. at 5:15 yesterday morning, police spent hours trying to get the three people on board to surrender. they had to draw their guns. the people finally came to shore. they were taken to jail. they are suspected of stealing it from sausalito. when it ran aground the $3 million keel was buried in the sand and crews were at a loss of what did do. they have salvaged the yacht but looks can be deceiving. >> it will look hole to the untrained eye there could be a lot of damage to the vessel. we don't know how bad -- the keel obviously received damage, the rudder is bent and the propellor is bent and the shaft, too. there could be some serious cracking to the hull. we are not taking on a lot of water but that doesn't mean that hasn't occurred. >> when it arrived in richmond they will bring it a shore, take a look and get an estimate and decide if it is a total loss. they hooked the tug t
leaders from argon elementary school on 18th avenue and cabrillo in the richmond district. i say it's an incredible pto, parent teacher organization, because they've been dreaming not only their school, but their whole neighborhood. not only educating the students and parents, but all of our residents in the richmond district. and about two years ago i stood with our dpw director mohammed nuru and neighbors and parents as we announced in a major greater green project in the city that was hopefully a model for other neighborhoods as well as argon parents and community transformed ugly concrete into something really beautiful and a great teaching tool as well. there is an edible garden there now, a great mural, and they haven't stopped there. they've continued to green their school and the neighborhood is involved people in this process. most specifically the greater green program enabled parents, teachers and students to transform their neighborhood into a more environmentally conscious community and school. the progress also continues with a community challenge grant that they were
was scared. i was skaivrmentd i come here all the time. >> frightening scene at the richmond bart station tonight where a man was gunned down in front of children at the peak of the rush hour commute. good evening. >> horrified commuters heard the gun fire and then saw a man drop at the top of the station stairwell. shooter got away. we were over the scene as police scoured the area for clues. lillian kim is at the richmond bart station tonight with the latest for us. lillian? >>reporter: we know very also about the victim only that he was believed to be in his 30's. bart police still have this area cordoneed off. they have been busy searching for any possible clue. >> officers canvas the parking lot looking for evidence the shooting that left one man dead in the middle of rush hour. happened outside on top of the staircase that riders use to go in apartment out of the birth station. jennifer williams says everyone including children started running as soon as the shots were fired. >> ready to go up the elevator and i had my head phones on and they were pretty loud and i could hear
. >> frightening scene at the richmond bart station tonight where a man was gunned down in front of children at the peak of the rush hour commute. good evening. >> horrified commuters heard the gun fire and then saw a man drop at the top of the station stairwell. shooter got away. we were over the scene as police scoured the area for clues. lillian kim is at the richmond bart station tonight with the latest for us. lillian? >>reporter: we know very also about the victim only that he was believed to be in his 30's. bart police still have this area cordoneed off. they have been busy searching for any possible clue. >> officers canvas the parking lot looking for evidence the shooting that left one man dead in the middle of rush hour. happened outside on top of the staircase that riders use to go in apartment out of the birth station. jennifer williams says everyone including children started running as soon as the shots were fired. >> ready to go up the elevator and i had my head phones on and they were pretty loud and i could hear the gun shots even through my music and everyone ran to t
the floor of an apartment building in richmond. more humble reward that the police are offering. >> we are watching gas prices decline around the nation and around the bay area. we will tell you just how much we will see those prices drop coming up. >> thousands of patients are being told that they may have been exposed to being told that they may have be[ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu, home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love... and now love two more tastes, the bold hot n spicy mcchicken, and the irresistible new grilled onion cheddar. each just a dollar. >> good morning. it is friday march 29th. top stories we are following, a one-year-old shot while sitting on the floor of an apartment building. the video you won't see on kron 4 in what police offering to find the shooter. >> the weekend has arrived but rain is in the pitcher. here is a live look outside the bay bridge approach in san jose. >> we do have areas of patchy fog but that will quickly burn off. into the afternoon we are talking about upper 70's. tomorrow, we are talking mostly cloudy
and there is still a mess coming in from panola richmond let's go to steve. >>> already, thank -- all right thank you sal. weekend looks good, mostly sunny mild maybe even warmer by sunday and we have a weak system coming in and this looks like a one and a half and done, but the main area of dynamics that will not affect us but that's one we have to wait for. mostly cloudy and then cooler rainfall projections to -- to a 10th of an inch and snow level shows a mild to warm system and snow levels will be high. not much rain, there are a couple of little breaks but clouds begin to roll back in and 40s and 50s on the temperatures and cloud cover held up and i don't think it will change much here. yesterday we had 30s and 40s. although the atmosphere is getting juiced up, cloudy, rain, kind of a light rain for the evening commute and 60s and 70s, i am a little hesitant to go with the 70s but most of the computer models did go with 70s. low clouds and high clouds and more of a westerly breeze, with your weekend always in view, it is looking good >> >> it could be easie
. >> a richmond police k-9 is recovering after being intentionally poisoned. the department considers this an assault on an officer. >> he is the most seasoned k-9 on the richmond police force and someone tried to kill him. but what makes this so personal is the police say it was all a set up. >> we do think this officer was intentionally targeted. rich monday police say an officer came home and found his two-year-old black lab dying after it ate meat with poison and he rushed the dog to the vote and left the k-9 partner of nine years in a kennel in the backyard. that is when the burglar struck. >> the house was ransacked. five firearms were stolen. as well as numerous personal possessions. >> here is what really bothers the officers in richmond. both of the dogs involved in this were locked, secured, in kennels and of no threat. >> the police won't say what the dogs ate but the family's lab died from the same poison. the k-9 and the trainer are not being identified but an officer, another k-9 officer was with the trainer at the vet. >> it didn't lock good for his k-9, his partner, fo
the dog to richmond veterinary hospital. the treatment the dog was given worked. this is him chasing a toy not long after he was poisoned. >> we consider them part of our richmond pd family. >> reporter: that means had this happened on the job, the suspect would have been trying to kill not just a dog but an officer. >> reporter: richmond police say they're still looking for the suspects. if caught, they are looking at charges for felony animal cruelty and burglary. >>> there is a $20,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest and conviction. >>> it's a disaster that could have been avoided, at least some evacuated homeowners think so. they live in san francisco's west portal district where 23 homes were damaged when a 60-year-old water pipe started gushing. mike suring sugarman -- sugarman with the calls for help. >> reporter: the talk these days is of a sink hole. three houses here in west portal are completely off limits. three others have limited use. and 20 others are still cleaning up after a water main break turned this neighborhood back into the lake it once was. >> i thin
years. since 1990, 21 people have been killed by lions worldwide. 246 have been mauled. >>> richmond police are offering a $20,000 reward in an effort to catch the burglars who stole guns from an officer's home and poisoned two dogs in the process. investigators say the culprits laced food with poison consumed by the officer's black lab on friday. when the officer brought that dog to a veterinary hospital the burglars broke in and pointed the other dog. a member of the richmond pds k- 9 unit. >> obviously this was a very intentional very calculated attack on this officer's home. >> the officer's black lab eventually died but the police dog is recovering. the thieves got away with five of the officer's firearms. >>> the story of that bay area yacht heist just got more crazy. it turns out the guy told his two friends the boat was really his. police say leslie gardner told them he had inherited the boat and invited them out for an evening cruise. the other suspects both women have been released. boat was stocked with pizza and a lot of beer. they m
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